Author Archives: Salena Ferguson

Spiced up security features on Android Oreo

By EDITOR | Published: NOVEMBER 10, 2017 There’s plenty to get excited about in Android 8.0: improved auto-fill functionality, picture-in-picture capability, greater notification control, and plenty more. While these features are all-impressive, Android has also included a number of significant security enhancements that you … Continue reading

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Beware of sneaky Microsoft Office malware

By EDITOR | Published: NOVEMBER 7, 2017 Cybersecurity systems are getting better at identifying and preventing attacks coming from all directions. At the same time, hackers are coming up with new ways to bypass these systems. While online scams are the most common ways … Continue reading

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Re-secure your passwords!

By EDITOR | Published: OCTOBER 19, 2017 In 2003, a manager at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) authored a document on password best practices for businesses, federal agencies, and academic institutions. Now retired, the author admits that his document was misguided. … Continue reading

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The right way to set up guest Wi-Fi

By EDITOR | Published: OCTOBER 27, 2017 Customers, partners, and vendors expect internet access when they’re visiting someone else’s office. This is why guest Wi-Fi access is so common. But setting it up the wrong way can create a frustrating experience for people looking … Continue reading

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Office 2019 is on its way

By EDITOR | Published: OCTOBER 23, 2017 As a convenient cloud solution, Office 365 boasts nearly 30 million users. But that’s nothing compared to licensed versions of Microsoft’s productivity suite, which have more than one billion users. Office 2019 was announced in September and … Continue reading

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Hackers KRACK WiFi security

By EDITOR | Published: NOVEMBER 2, 2017 For ages, most people assumed that setting a strong password on their WiFi router was enough to prevent cyberattacks, but recent events prove otherwise. Two Belgian security analysts have found a serious weakness in WiFi networks, called … Continue reading

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Exciting updates from Microsoft’s conference

By EDITOR | Published: OCTOBER 20, 2017 In Microsoft’s latest conference, the company has launched brand new software bundles together with bargain-priced Windows devices for schools and businesses; but announced that Skype for Business has seen its day and will no longer be supported. … Continue reading

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Troubleshoot your WiFi with ease

By EDITOR | Published: SEPTEMBER 26, 2017 You’ve invested in WiFi routers so you can access emails, collaborate in real-time, browse Facebook, and watch YouTube videos at blistering speeds. But when your WiFi refuses to work the way it should, the frustration sets in … Continue reading

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Useful features on the new Outlook.com

By EDITOR | Published: SEPTEMBER 12, 2017 Along with a new, clean look, Outlook.com introduces improvements that will make you and your staff’s lives easier. A more convenient mail sorting system, easy-to-implement social media integration, and enhanced security features are some of the advantages … Continue reading

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New phishing scam targets Office 365 users

By EDITOR | Published: SEPTEMBER 15, 2017 With more than 100 million monthly active subscribers, Office 365 has attracted the attention of hackers who’ve revamped an age-old trick. This time, they come up with a highly targeted, well-crafted spear-phishing scam that’s even more difficult … Continue reading

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